Windows 10: Windows seems to register HDTV as a new device every time I turn it on or change source input

Discus and support Windows seems to register HDTV as a new device every time I turn it on or change source input in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; I recently got a new PC, the Dell Optiplex 7050, that has the standard integrated Intel HD 530 graphics. I have it connected via HDMI to my HDTV, as I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by Drexpockets, Aug 11, 2022.

  1. Windows seems to register HDTV as a new device every time I turn it on or change source input


    I recently got a new PC, the Dell Optiplex 7050, that has the standard integrated Intel HD 530 graphics. I have it connected via HDMI to my HDTV, as I had done with my old PC, and the picture works fine with no issues. One thing I noticed, however, was that every time I would turn my HDTV on or whenever I would change the source input to something else, like regular TV or my PlayStation, and then return it back to my PC, it would make a notification input sound like when you plug in a USB and act as if it were just plugged in. Aside from the annoying sound effect every time I switched bac

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    Drexpockets, Aug 11, 2022
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  4. John Sarc Win User

    Windows seems to register HDTV as a new device every time I turn it on or change source input

    Changing Time Format

    Hi Mary,

    There's a possibility that the set up time format in your computer Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) is military time. To have this checked, you can try to reset the time of your computer through Control Panel. See the steps below on how to do
    so:

    • Open Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region >
      Change date, time, or number formats. This would open the
      Region
      window.
    • From there, click on Additional settings at the bottom part. It will open the Customize Format.
    • Click Reset; then, OK.

    The steps should work; however, if not, we suggest that you contact manufacturer and have the BIOS time checked.

    Let us know what happens after doing the suggestions .
     
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